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Traders, investors see demand as a function of confidence rather than capacity.
This is one housing stock that looks attractive from the long side
Not right away, at least, and that won't help the housing market.
Economic data is signaling that secular deceleration in growth is still well in force.
This morning Lennar announced the acquisition of WCI Communities at 1.3x book value. Here is a chart showing the valuations of the publicly traded homebuilders (Note: Beazer Homes and Hovanian have loads of debt): Ticker Price/Book Mkt Cap HOV -12...
We're looking at a multi-year improvement in the overall housing market.
A prevalent strategy appears to be 'shoot first and ask questions later.'
Expect many years of an improving housing market, barring a major domestic recession.
Here's how the Fed could support fiscal reform but not expand its balance sheet.
Homebuilders, REITS and commodities plays are all being looked at through the lens of an imminent rate rise.
These furniture and appliance names could rise, but some may already be pricey.
A potential decline in mortgage rates should provide the push needed to boost the number of new buyers in the housing market.
Could investors find shelter in these 2 stocks?
Hitting a home run with investing requires patience and common sense.
Investors have been shifting away from the builders and toward the apartment developers and managers.
DR Horton and Beazer Homes are a good deal at current valuations.
Swift Transportation’s stock (SWFT) has dropped almost 45% so far in 2015, despite low gas prices and an improving employment picture.
Do homebuilder stocks reflect expectations for economic growth?
These highs and Fed commentary may well trigger some turbulence.